Black Creek Pioneer Village, Toronto
Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Step into 19th-century Ontario at Black Creek Pioneer Village, featuring original buildings from early settlers to the province. Overlooking Black Creek River, the village is the creation of B. Napier Simpson, an architect devoted to the preservation of Ontario heritage. You'll see lots of structures that belonged to the Strong family, who used to own the property. The thoughtfully laid-out village includes a barn from 1809, a water-powered mill, a church, a blacksmith shop, and other distinctive structures from the time period. You'll also have the chance to see period furniture, meet the animals that live on site, and visit the restaurant and brewery. Put Black Creek Pioneer Village at the forefront of your travel plans using our Toronto vacation generator.
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Went to the village and in almost every house was a live actor who explained what happened here. All were very knowledgeable and educational. Was great being transported back in time but we had a thre... read more »
Lovingly and painstakingly constructed, Black Creek is a replica of a fictional community from the early part of the 19th century, formed by various authentic historic structures brought from a variet... read more »
Un villaggio dei pionieri ricostruito come si presentava all'epoca. All'interno di alcune case o attività commerciali ci sono dei figuranti che ti spiegano i mestieri o l'articolazione della casa e de... read more »A reconstructed pioneer village as it stood at the time. Within a few homes or businesses there are figures that show you the trades or the articulation of home and family. They said that many houses are original and even interiors, paintings, furniture, clothes etc. Really cute!show original
Instantaneously time-traveled back to the 19th century or earlier. Wonderful little village where the whole family is sure to have a good time. The staff are in character all the time and are very knowledgeable. The whole experience can be a very good conversation starter with the kids about the luxuries of the complex modern life versus the simplicity but hard work of time long-gone.
I went in the winter months the last time so some of the buildings were closed but I had a great time with my wife. It's an interesting place to go with lots of activities. Lots of fun for kids and adults too.
I was amazed to find such an amazing heritage spot in the city. It is located in a quiet street but certainly has lots to offer. The staff were truly friendly and good story tellers. Great performers as well... I'm still keeping lots of the pictures I took. Great experience though I did not get to taste the find products of the brewery.
Mathew Liam Sousa
Love this place! I came her for the first time in Grade 4 (1999) and since then it has always struck me as an interesting and authentic place to visit. Full of Canadian (Toronto) heritage.
I always enjoy going to the Black Creek Pioneer Village over the christmas holiday's. I find it really helps to put me in the christmas spirit!
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